While in private practice, Professor Moody’s practice concentrated in the area of complex commercial litigation. He primarily represented clients in technology licensing litigation, antitrust litigation and international reinsurance disputes with large law firms in New York City and Jacksonville. In addition, while practicing in New York City, Professor Moody served on the New York County Lawyers’ Association Ethics Committee. At Florida Coastal School of Law, Professor Moody has taught Evidence, Contracts, Appellate Advocacy, Business Crimes, Business Associations and other courses. As the faculty advisor to the Moot Court program, his teams have won state, national and international moot court competitions. Prof. Moody has served on the Admissions, Curriculum and Recruiting Committees. Professor Moody also works with the law school’s office of career services by holding mock interviews with individual students and lecturing on hiring issues to groups of law students.
- Business Associations
- Appellate Advocacy
- St. John's University School of Law, J.D. 1995
- University of Virginia, B.A. 1992
TEACHING and SCHOLARSHIP
- Business Associations Appellate Advocacy
Board of Advisors, Childs' Day Out School